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the option of removing the tbm from the chinatown station site. the environmental process concluded in 2008 that constructing the retrieval shaft on columbus avenue would cause the least disruption to traffic and public access to locals and businesses. now, that brings us to presentation. four community meeting were held before construction of the north beach retrieval shaft work which started in august of 2012. the presentations of those four meetings described the work necessary to construct the tbm retrieval shaft on columbus avenue. and some members of the north beach community raised concerns at these meetings about traffic and business disruption caused by the retrieval shaft construction. before you is the plan that's environmentally approved, which shows the retrieval shaft work on columbus avenue. the utility relocation work was completed between august and november of this year. on the half block section of columbus between union and filbert, and only one lane of traffic was closed at a time for this utility work. the construction of the retrieval shaft is scheduled to again 2013,
. this option would also complicate a future extension of the line and/or station. and abandoning the tbms in the ground object columbus would require the sfmta to compensate the contractor for the loss of resale value to machines, removing the tbm trailing gear, and also could cause some potential schedule delays to the existing tunnel contract and station work. option 4 is removing the tunnel blowing machines at 17 31 powell street, commonly known as pagoda palace. this would require additional study. the property is a former cinema, it's currently empty and dee cap itherctiontion, however, the property owner has obtained the approvals from the planning department to redevelop the property at the mixed use retail and residential development condominiums over some ground floor retail. * dee cap it it would require demolishing the existing building. it would impose minimal traffic impacts to columbus avenue. and would not preclude a future extension of lrv service to fisherman's wharf. currently the impact of the project budget would be about $3 million and it will also require the approp
is why we can't leave the tbm machines in chinatown. use the money saved and put it into a trust or account to collect interest until the time we can put a station in north beach. we could do some creative investigation into the possibility of bore boroughing under maybe powell street * and set a proper station at the site of the pagoda palace showcase instead of digging under businesses that are trying to hard to keep the neighborhood interesting and alive. lately i have been guiding excited guests from all parts of the world by the beautiful and historic washington square park, clark tower. st. peter and paul's church, shops, bakeries, restaurants, and also by embarrassing and dangerous tractors, trailers, traffic jambs, downed trees, dug up streets amidst the aroma of coffee roasting and diesel fumes. i know what's going on. i live right in the middle of north beach. one window is on columbus, one window is on stockton. i can smell, taste, hear -- i know what's going on. and i think a little more investigation should be planned before bulldozing through our neighborhood withou
theater with an alternative of behring the tbm under columbus avenue. we also support the mta's efforts to plan for a station at the pagoda theater and additional stations to and from fisherman's wharf. this will create a north-south connection that serves the eastern edge of san francisco, connecting important neighborhoods and communities. the north beach business association, we have over 80 members in north beach would like to add a few more comments, which is, we would like to see the excavation in a new station at pagoda palace, but we want to make it clear that we do not support this idea if it involves any spot zoning that would allow the owner to build higher than the 58 feet which is currently permitted as a maximum height allowed at that site. we also want to state that any other possible location for a station would need to be chosen only up to the entire community was involved and exhaustively vetted sites. needless to say we would oppose [speaker not understood] washington square park in any way as a location for any station or the staging for a station in another location
and makes the wildcats and also the tbm avenger torpedo bombers. george h.w. bush pd plan, the one he was shot down in, that is tbm avenger as were thousands of others in the course of the war. america not a motive industry, one key aspect of a productive and innovative quality. also the aviation company as well. these aviation companies at this time is no defense industry to speak of. is their commercial companies that do military orders, supply those, but experiences building a whole range of aircraft for customers. so the shift to military aircraft becomes simply a process of retool and redesigning twiki's kinds of demands. and also the engineers tapping the skills of engineers have been involved in commercial planes for years and turning them to say, can you design a bomber that will do this? and you design a fighter that will do that? and i discovered working on this book, every single plane that the united states flew in the second world war, except one, was a product of poor design. boeing, even than the 29 mustang were all designs leading insurers. all they wanted were the ord
the tbm avenger torpedo bombers. george h.w. bush pd plan, the one he was shot down in, that is tbm avenger as were thousands of others in the course of the war. america not a motive industry, one key aspect of a productive and innovative quality. also the aviation company as well. these aviation companies at this time is no defense industry to speak of. is their commercial companies that do military orders, supply those, but experiences building a whole range of aircraft for customers. so the shift to military aircraft becomes simply a process of retool and redesigning twiki's kinds of demands. and also the engineers tapping the skills of engineers have been involved in commercial planes for years and turning them to say, can you design a bomber that will do this? and you design a fighter that will do that? and i discovered working on this book, every single plane that the united states flew in the second world war, except one, was a product of poor design. boeing, even than the 29 mustang were all designs leading insurers. all they wanted were the orders and knudsen gets them star
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)